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MLM Products - Why are they so expensive?

Sep 19th 2010 at 12:59 PM

Does a network marketing company need a BIG home office? Absolutely not!

Sure they will say that they're debt-free. How do you think they built the BIG home office? Thanks to their distributors, they're the ones who did it by working SO hard. That's how!

They call it "breakage." The difference between wholesale and retail cost ... mark-up. That is how they pay for the building. How about that company jet or the executive boardroom. Again the distributors put in the hard work and they're not being rewarded for their efforts. Is that fair? NO, it's not! But it's happening as I'm writing this to you.

It's no wonder network marketing gets a bad name.

The success comes when you find a company with an excellent product at a reasonable price. TIP: if they have a HUGE home office, keep LOOKING. Remember what I told you earlier.

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Aug 2nd 2011 at 6:51 AM by LonnieG
Good insights, Terri! I chuckled a little because the home office of my primary program is so homey that I almost wish they would take some of our money to remodel a bit ... yet, you are correct that I greatly prefer that they keep the focus on getting earnings out to the affiliates as their priority. The question I am asked most often with this particular program is "...with all they pay out, how do they make a profit?" And while it is clear that they DO, it is also great that the payout is very motivating. May more and more companies find ways to offer great quality products and services at prices that are competitive in both actual cost as well as value as any other source for similar products and services. ~LonnieG
   
Dec 7th 2010 at 2:36 PM by AbdeelMarketing
Well said Terri.
   
Sep 22nd 2010 at 3:31 PM by judycook4
Terri Wow. This is showing people how they are working so hard and yet the distributors are the ones who are building the nice big home office. And look at the mark up cost. I've been in one. This is all true.
   

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